Wondering what to do with all of that leftover Thanksgiving stuffing? I might have the most genius solution for you! Stuffing Waffles! I cannot take credit for this AMAZING invention as one of my Chef’s at the hotel taste tested this on me before the holiday…I was instantly hooked and told him I would be test driving this recipe at home with my own leftovers. All you need is roughly 4 cups of leftover stuffing, 2 beaten eggs, and a big heaping tablespoon of cranberry sauce to plop on top of the waffle. These waffles are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. You can indulge in them for breakfast or even for dinner. I served them alongside my split pea soup for dinner last night (using up that leftover ham bone…) and it was the perfect “bread” accompaniment.
- 4 cups leftover stuffing
- 2 eggs, beaten
- Cranberry sauce for serving
- Preheat the waffle maker while you prepare stuffing.
- In a large bowl stir together leftover stuffing and beaten eggs until well combined. If stuffing seems dry, ddd a bit of water or chicken stock until well moistened.
- Scoop 1/4 of the mixture onto waffle maker and cook until waffle is cooked through and golden on the outside, about 4-10 minutes (depending on your waffle maker).
- Repeat with remaining stuffing mixture. Serve waffles with leftover cranberry sauce.